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Number the Stars contains many Figurative Language examples for learners to examine. They will need to analyze and determine which of the following it is:
SUGGESTED ACTIVITY IMPLEMENTATION
Students will analyze various passages from the story and determine which kind of figurative language is used. Students will have to identify, compare, and analyze the phrases in a number of different exercises.
TEXT: NUMBER THE STARS by Lois Lowry
COMMON CORE: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.4
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